Dr.Sc. Jelena Nakić is a lecturer at the Department of Informatics at the Faculty of Science, University of Split. She holds a degree in Mathematics and Informatics and a Master in Computer Science from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb, Croatia. Currently she is focused on her PhD research in the field of adaptive e-learning, particularly addressing development and evaluation of adaptivity techniques for interactive learning environments. The title of the PhD thesis is “Adaptive e-learning based on users learning styles”. The thesis is made under the supervision of dr. Vlado Glavinić (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, University of Zagreb) and dr. Andrina Granić (Faculty of Science, University of Split).
Her research interests also include intelligent user interfaces, user individual differences and user modelling along with fuzzy and uncertainty approaches, learning models, instructional design, learning management systems as well as usability evaluation techniques in terms of technical and pedagogical usability. She has collaborated in a scientific and research project Usability and Adaptivity of Interfaces for Intelligent Authoring Shells (2007-2013) coordinated by dr. Andrina Granić. She has published 11 scientific papers in internationally refereed journals and conferences. She serves as a reviewer for the Journal of Educational Computing Research and for several internationally refereed conferences.
Faculty of Science, University of Split (Croatia)